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Unstoppable

Unstoppable is a whole lot like The Taking of Pelham 123, but more realistic and with less violence. Truly riveting and watchable, especially if you're a Denzel fan, which I am.

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Fair Game

This movie is going to have some people cheering and some people booing, but I think it gets at the injustice done to Valerie Plame and her husband. As a movie, it's watchable and thought-provoking, but the ending goes a bit flat.

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Skyline

Terrific special effects; dialog could have used a whole lot of work.

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Love and Other Drugs

Really great dialogue, funny, absolutely first-rate acting. Personally, I could have used less pathos.

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Faster

I liked The Rock, I liked Billy Bob Thornton. I didn't like this movie much. It felt like a graphic novel plot without any of the cool visuals. Dwayne Johnson deserves better, much better. He'd make a great Michael Bennett, don't you think?

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